SV: Capacity of the brain

Dave Hansen dhansen at btree.com
Fri Oct 22 17:54:18 EST 1999


On Fri, 22 Oct 1999 14:50:02 -0700, Erik Max Francis <max at alcyone.com>
wrote:

>Terje Mathisen wrote:
>
>> Which is exactly the premise behind a wonderful short story
>> (Hugo/Nebula
>> award winner, I believe) about some people who see the moon light up
>> suddenly, and realize that this is the last night of their lives.
>
>Yes, "Inconstant Moon" by Larry Niven.
>
>> PS. I won't reveal the ending, just in case there's someone here who
>> hasn't read it. :-)
>
>Well, the general jist of the ending is pretty obvious from reading the
>first few sentences:  The story is told in first person, past tense.

If there are those who haven't read it (and want to), you can do so at

   http://tale.com/titles-free.phtml?title_id=89

They give you the first part free, then ask you to either buy the
ending or suffer through a bunch of banner ads (JavaScript required).

Regards,

                          -=Dave
Just my (10-010) cents
I can barely speak for myself, so I certainly can't speak for B-Tree.
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